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THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
THE EN6LISH MAIL Malls for English and Continental ports close at 5.40 p.m. at the local post office on the following da tes Wtdn^sday, January 28th. Thursday, February 5th. - Wednesday, February U'jli. Thursday, February 19th. Wednesday, February 2oth. Thi rsday, March 5th. Wednesday, March 11th. Thursday, March 19th. Wednesday, March 25th. Thursday, April 2nd. Wednesday, April Sth. Thursday. April 16th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
EtZEUlL OVER LITTLE EIRL Could Not Stick Pin Between Sores. As if Scalded, Broke and Formed Sores. Pitiful to See, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured Her, ^ Italians, Via Ballarat, Vic.—"Myllttlo girl. Violet, lias suffered with eczema ivar Finco vaccination some Ave years ago. The ccwma came ovit all over her; you could not stick a pin between the sores and more espe cially In her joints. It was like as If she had been scalded, and the blisters used to break and form sores which were full of humour. It was pitiful to see her. "I tried ointments and soreral other lomedies but derived no benefit, so I sent »n order fur Cuticura Ointment, and aai pleased to say after using two tins and bathing veil with tiio Cuticura Soap sh» is cured and the Cuticura Remedies havo cured her. I used to apply them in tho rationing manner: batho with Cuticura .Soap morning and night and apply Cuti cura Ointment on linen after bathing*" (Signed) Mrs. "W. Peel. October, 1012. ©Jo you wish to Improvo your.co...
PENSHURST POLICE COURT. PENSHURST, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
PEN5HURST POLICE COURT. } (From Our Own Correspondent.) ■> PKN'SHURST, Thursday. At tnc police court to-day, ticiorc Messrs. W. A. Kelly (chairman) and Thos. Leahy, J's.F., a stranger to the district, named Patrick: M'Nevin, was charged, on the information of I Constafclo F. Kicrcc, with being drunk and disorderly in a public plnce on 19th January, 1914. The constable stated that on the evening of the day in question the iiccHsod was at the station, alter the evening train came in. He was very drunk. Accusetl pleaded guilty. Accused was then charged with re sisting Constable Kierce in the execu tion of his duty. Constablo Kierce said when ho went to arrest the accused he bocame vio lent, and ho had to put the handcuiTs on him. Accused pleaded guilty to the charge.' A further charge of using obscera language was then made iigainst the accused. The language, stated the constable, was the worst ho had ever heard an Fenshurst. Accused used tfco language for about an hour. The accused...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
HAWKESDALE ANNUAL RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. ' PROGRAMME. 1. HANDICAP HURDLE RAGE, of Id so is., 3 out of staKe t0 sec ond horse. ftommaiioii 'l, accey tunce o/. Two Jinks. 2. TRIAL, HANmCAf, Of S sovs, 1 out of Eta Be1 to second horse. For horsts that have not won o\oc ~ 8 ; on the flat. Nomination 5/, acceptance 3/. Six furlongs. 3. HANDICAP PONY RACK, of 8 sovs., 1 out cf sVik o to second horsj, 14.1 or undtr. All poni."3 to have certificate from Mr. A. 'i. Bendali. Nomination 5/, accept ance 3/. Pour furlongs. i. HAWKESDALE HANDICAP, of ID sovs., 3 out of stake lo second horne. Nomination S/, acceptance 7/. One mile. 5. HANDICAP BRUSH STEEPL^ ( HASE, of 18 sovs., 3 sovs. out of stake to second horse. Nomi nation 7/i accei-tance 5/. About 2 miles. 0. HANDICAP HACIC RACE, of 3 s->\e., with'sweep 0t '•>/ added ; to carry not less than lOst. Hacks ■ to be approved by stewards or whom they may appoint. Five f-irlon?s. ■' 7. FLYING HANDICAP, of 8 sovs, 1 sov out of staV'...
IMPARTIAL VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
IMPARTIAL VIEWS. I SDc-aVing last nirht, Mr. Buxton | snfcJ it was the reverse of Dleaunrable' to the Government to have to ask for large slims for the navy, ijut the Government must have absolute secu rity for British shores, an&lt;l must maintain a sixtv rer cent, margin. Mr. H. Pike Pease, Unionist mem ber for Darlinetcn; speaVine (it Hud dcrs'ey list night, said Unionists must eliminate Tarty feeling, ani! stand tehiml Mr. Churchill on the navy question.
"A GREAT IMPERIAL FIGURE." CANADIAN PARLIAMENT ADJOURNS. OTTAWA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 23 January 1914
' A GREAT IMPERIAL FIGURE." CANADIAN PARLIAMENT AD JOURNS. OTTAWA, Wednesday. ! Whan Parliament opened to-day the Pramur, Mr. Borden, paid a tribute (o the late Lord Str.ithcona. He Was a nieat Imperial figure, who flaw Can i(i i transformed from oiie of the small colonies- to the gr^nt-tut domi nion under the IJritish flrtg. Sir Wilfrid I.nurier, leader of the Opposition, referred to Lord trnt.li c-ona's splendid ability, which. 1:&lt;1 £o the construction of the transcontin ental ra'lway across the continent in (iha fiico of innumerable difficiil-, ties. ' Mr. Dortlcn, on behalf of the On n ulian pejile. sept a. message of sympathy, jjo the relatives. Pir Chirks Tuppor.. formerly Cn nadinn High Commissioner, will pro laMy rapres.nt Canada nt the fune lal. . ■ The flouy) adjourned ns a mark of respcct to the decfitscfl.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GOD LINESS. A clean. l.o:ly induces n clean A clean body is attained by tne use of water and a eood soap. The only (question is "What Soap?" Uoxona Soap is the best soau. I Its manufacture is the most mod ern nnd the most scientific. It combines the oualltics of tl-« best perm-destroying pow-^s w'Ui the most dainty odor and appear ance. Rexona Skin and Facial Soap i the only medicated sonp which i , pleasing as a tcn^vnl toilet soap. I A daily lvath with water and Itex cna Soap makes the user clem. He is not only free from dirt, 1 ul frrm disease germs. His clean and healthy skin onsurr.! a healthy body. I Cleanliness of mind should follow. ■ So use Rexona Soap in your daily bath. I I"e clean nnd keep clean. ' Rexona Soon, Kins of all Soaps. ' 1/ per Tablet. Obtainable every where.
ALLEGED THEFT OF TYRES. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
ALLECr.fl THEFT OF TYRES. (Wire From Onr Correspondent.) lWlil/nOUTWR. Friday. To-night Dtti ctives Mnlf.-.hey nm'. Salns'wry (omul two young >""a PBtneil l>o. T.„ MM'cH, :i pastry roo^, cml Albert IT. Bri»&lt;--F, a lft') o'lror, in n^ss'ssion rf fnvr n'ntor t'-r-s, worth over i\c,0, :&lt;n&lt;l ns their ixplrnfitl-vi !> ■•« ri>Ti'd>'d ns "nsi'ti &lt; • -i-.erv the detectives nrreutetl th&lt;m om n charge of hnviiijj th?m illcgullv •n tlicir pcHGession.
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE RAND TROUBLE. A GRADUAL IMPROVEMENT. JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
REUTER'S TELIBG'RAMS. THE RAND TROUBLE. A GRADUAL IMPROVEMENT. J O H A N NHS11111 tt: Thnrurl „ ,r The K.tuation is improved at pri.. toriii anil Durt.an, which are the only remaining strike centres. Men am ni.jhing l>llc* to the Pretoria wori.slKj; k, and the hoijermakers, who hitherto wire lirni, have iuti mutei! their intention of rCMUnviiig, It is now exioeted that, the work shops will le-start on Monday with u full fonipl.-iimnt of all grades. The deputtment., howevir, is unable to tn:&lt;e on a number of the lower paid men in the Durban workshops, owing to th:.- engineers remaining out. At a combined meeting held in .'ohaim.sljtirg if masters and arli u.uui Uw building trado strike was j declared oti unconditionally. The meeting also accopted the resolution of the masters, declining to recog nise any r.r;;rtii:H:itloii except a union compasjd entirely of building trail,• oftratives. I Martial law rrsti ietionji are being r.l'ix.-'.l in the Hand area, excepting ,:n p...
COLTS' MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA CALLAWAY AND TRENERY SCORE CENTURIES. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
COLTS' MATCH. kbw oOiri'h walujs v. victohta callawav and trgnmky stork t ent171mkp. (Wire From Our Correspondent.} MELBOURNE. Friday TJ e co;ts' in?' t"h let ween New foiih V.nles r.ml Victoria was com menced 0n a perfact wicket, and when i lay cccseil for t'. e day New rHH.th Wales, who had first j:Se of tin wic .its, had scored 457 for the lo-.s of seen wicitts. Following are thi scores — NE,V SOUTH WALKS. j First Innings. i Lowe, c Pitzpatrie's, b Brown ... 14 Fratten, c She.Jparil, b Mi;ll=tt ' 2 Hlx, c Willis, b Fitzpatrick ... ' 25 Bt;c le, b fc.o-'Ur ... £>3 1 allawaj", 1: Miillett 129 To' y, h V/ His ... ... ... ... 52 U-.ucliff, r«n ovt ... ... ... r>9. Tretisry, not out ... -105 KunirlfcS 8 457
THE BOOT TRADE.. SOME INTERESTING EVIDENCE. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
THE O03T TRADE.. SOM R INTERESTING-' BVinENCI-1. (VTlre From Our Correspondent,) MELBOURNE. Fridav. •-i.'c Interstate Cornmission took inl.t itstlng evidence to-ilay, from i hnries Bmnion, managing director of the British United Company, fc'r imrly thi United Shoe Machine Com He said iiis company was ru / in- ri' a i o':e, the directors? leasing tlie'r mr&lt;chiiKS to manufacturers on highly advantageous, terms. Mr. I lovd George had'complimented him on hia coin.ran/ having saved the shoe tiade in l£n&lt;*lnud. He said the niaiiufacttirers, (hough required to U5!i! no other machines than his, we-.e trtntcd so well that they were well satisfied. His company had a capital of £100,000 for Australia, not in cli'dijig the value of machines. Vlirn tra'.'e warranted it. his company would improve the ni.nchir.r?. Mr. Swinburne :—You hive the thick end.of the stick. Mr. Piddinrton A despotism tem pered bv necessity. Hugh' Thomson find several oHier boot manufacturers and impo...
SUCCESSES IN MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hamilton Spectator — 24 January 1914
SUCCESSES TN MUSIC. Miss Dixon, A.T.C.L., will resume t.iition on Tuesday, February 10. At lib.- recent examinations of tilt Trinity College of Music, London, Miss Dlxon'» pupils were again very successful, the. following results be ing achieved :—Senior Division—Miss Ruby Leyonhjelm. Intermediate — Honours : Vitian Hayes, May Lay onhjelm. "First stepy" — Irene Wri ght, Kathleen Muller. Boyal Aca demy and Royal College of Music, London—Higher division : Dora Gould. Lower division Marion Stephens, Ena Hustler. Miss Stella Jenkins gained the distinction of As-j sociate of London College and Mu sic, and is sntitled to the -Utters A.L.C'.M. after her name. Mr. A. J. .Noslte, of Wilfaura, re quests us to state that, he is not the individual against whom judgement for 'debt was secured by Messrs. J. Thomson1 and Co. A dance will be held in the- Fores ter's ball next Wednesday evening, commencing at 8 o'clock., It will be a ladies' pound night ami goo'd musio is assured by Messrs. Walker a...